THE SIXTH SENSE script. This is a movie I have to watch this coming half term! And… I don’t like horror movies! I’m too scared to watch them!! To be able to support a child with his work, I have to watch it… so what shall I do? lock myself up? …while the movie is next door… on the tv? …..
The story follows child psychologist Malcolm Crowe (Willis), who has received recognition by the mayor for his work, and is celebrating the award with his wife (Williams). One of Crowe’s former patients, Vincent Grey (Wahlberg), interrupts them. In despair, Grey shoots Crowe and then himself. The event seems to knock Crowe and his wife into an emotional abyss. Crowe tries to keep a steady foothold on life, and throws himself into the treatment of Cole Sear (Osment), who exhibits the same symptoms as Grey: They both see dead people. Crowe provides what assistance he can to Sear, who is trying to find a way to deal with his gift—or curse—without going insane. Sear has been unable to confide in his mother (Collette) and needs an adult’s advice. The movie twines the stories of Crowe and Sear, culminating in a twist ending that delighted audiences. With a budget of $55 million and a gross of almost $300 million, The Sixth Sense was a surprise box office success and led to further opportunities for Shyamalan to create his particular brand of supernatural suspense films.
Information retrieved from HERE …… Read about the movie HERE ….
A native South African, Musetta was raised without that most basic of modern conveniences – television! However, as the daughter of a ballet teacher, Musetta was no stranger to the entertainment world & debuted on stage at the age of 4. Her childhood was filled with numerous song and dance performances and shortly after school she qualified as a ballet teacher herself. After earning a Bachelors Degree in Communications and Psychology, she landed the plum job as anchor host for an MTV-like television show in South Africa. One day a handsome visiting American spotted her on television, made her his bride, and whisked her off to the very place she had always dreamed of—Hollywood. Shortly after her arrival, she became part of the very world she used to host, appearing as the ‘dream girl’ in more than twenty music videos for top recording artists including Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Elton John, and Chris Isaak. It was her critically acclaimed stage performance in the original South African play Soweto’s Burning, about the trials of an interracial friendship in their racially segregated country, that provided her transition to the big screen. Since then, Musetta has performed in numerous feature films and been fortunate to work alongside such screen veterans as Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Will Smith (Wild Wild West), George Clooney, John Turturro (O Brother, Where Art Thou?), Jennifer Lopez (The Cell), Sally Kirkland (What’s Up Scarlet?), Robert Duvall and Will Ferrell (Kicking & Screaming). She’s also added a slew of television credits to her arsenal including guest appearances on the hit shows Stargate SG-1, and Frasier.
Musetta recently completed two films: Say it in Russian which was shot on location in Russia with Rade Serbedzija, and a sequel to the very successful National Lampoon comedy Dorm Daze. Both films will be released later this year. She is currently filming Order of Redemption, a dramatic tale of corruption and self-realization in which one man has to overcome a deep-seated conspiracy and his own lingering past in order to gain the redemption he desires. In this film Musetta stars opposite Tom Berenger, Armand Assante, and Busta Rhymes. She can also currently be seen as the ever-efficient Agent 24/7, spokesperson for Prudential Real Estate, in several television commercials and an animated billboard in Times Square.
Article… HERE about her.